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Cobalt Finish Tracking Instruments

As revealed by the studio report in the new issue of Decibel that just came out, COBALT are currently in the studio laying down the ground work to their follow-up to "Eater Of Birds."

The instrument tracking is now complete and the next step will be for Phil McSorley to lay down his vocals (sometime this month). The duo will then take a bit of a break until April when final mix-down and all loose ends will be tied up and mastered.

As revealed by the article, the album will be entitled "Gin." It will be set for release though in early 2009, but sometime late June, Profound Lore Records will be releasing a very limited special EP. The EP will feature a new track from "Gin," two exclusive non-album tracks, and "Ritual Use Of Fire" in its entirety (this track is 34 minutes alone). This special EP, which will be selling "cheap as hell" according to the label, should hold fans over until the release of "Gin."

In elated news, "Eater Of Birds" made the Terrorizer magazine best of 2007 list ranking in at number 13 (out of 40).

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